Rose is a lifelong educator with over 40 years of experience. She has taught deaf and hard-of-hearing students from elementary grades through high school. As a Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant, she has extensive experience evaluating students and developing interventions based on their individual learning needs. Rose believes it is important that students have a strong foundation in phonics, fluency, and spelling in order to develop higher-level comprehension and writing skills. She is certified in the Wilson Reading System, a multi-sensory language program using explicit instruction to teach basic reading skills, fluency, and spelling. Rose is fluent in American Sign Language and qualified to tutor deaf and hard-of-hearing students. She believes it is important to be a good listener and to build upon the interests and strengths of her students. Rose is a patient and experienced educator committed to increasing the literacy skills and confidence of the students with whom she works.
M.Ed. Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Boston University - 1982
B.S. - Elementary & Special Education, Rutgers University - 1978)
Awards and Recognitions
Children of Deaf Adults (CODA) International Distinguished Service Award 2020